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WRVS4400n QuickVPN Connects But Can't Even Ping Server

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by Hummercash, Sep 27, 2007.

  1. Hummercash

    Hummercash LI Guru Member

    hey everyone, im new to this forum, found it while searching for solutions to my current problem...

    backstory: we started out with three RVS4000 routers but quickly realized they were VERY buggy, so we swapped them out for WRVS4400n's. We have a site-to-site VPN tunnel up and running, been stable for about a week now. We have about 4 users who would also like to access the office network from home, so we're attempting to do it using QuickVPN but we seem to have hit a wall...

    current setup: Main office location has a DSL connection coming into router1, this is used for general purpose internet access and as our DHCP server. It is our internet gateway. We also have a T1 at that location that is used for VPN and a few other things. This connection has router2 on it acting as a DHCP Relay. It currently has a tunnel to our branch office, which has a T1 as well and that is where router3 is. Router3 is the DHCP server for the branch location. That connection is stable. We're trying to get a users home machine to connect to the main office router2 using QuickVPN and this is where we are running into issues...

    current status: QuickVPN connects (shows connection on both ends), we can ping the LAN IP of the WRVS4400n from the home connection, but we can't seem to get traffic past that to any of the machines on the office network.

    possible issues: port forwarding, static routes

    thank you all in advance.

  2. JOHNBOY45

    JOHNBOY45 LI Guru Member

    i have the same problem can anyone help please
  3. JOHNBOY45

    JOHNBOY45 LI Guru Member

    anyone care to help
  4. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    What version of quickvpn are you using?
  5. kspare

    kspare Computer Guy Staff Member Member

    The easiest solution, and I mean no disrespect here is to upgrade the site people want to vpn into, to a cisco 871w router. You will spin your tires for months on quickvpn, save yourself some time and money and look into this router.

    This is our mandate at our company, if you want client to site you get upgraded. Otherwise you stay on the wrv54g.

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